Freelance writer Nicola Ross lives in Belfountain.
The name may be goofy, but this racquet sport delivers a competitive workout.
Soak up some fascinating local history and stroll the sidewalks of our towns and villages.
What makes the difference? Support and personal connections.
A dedicated band of Ping-Pong fans of every age congregate every week to show their paddle power.
Historian with attitude
Mix & match, fusion workouts take the “same old” out of exercise.
Making sport of obstacles: A Caledon couple are rising stars in a challenging new professional sport.
Without words, are we lost in the woods? How words connect us to nature.
Leaving hockey behind, sports lovers in the hills and beyond are heading to the soccer pitch in record numbers.
How a local feed mill has become the go-to resource for zoos across North America.
Need to soothe your soul and focus your mind? Try a cattle drive!
For Colleen, volunteering with the Caledon Hills Bruce Trail Club seemed like a natural choice.
First played in prison, this fast-paced game is not for the faint of heart.
Get off the treadmill and join the Zumba craze!
In less than two decades Caledon’s population will be 75 per cent urban. Can its countryside values survive the shift?
Nicola Ross shows readers how to navigate local Caledon trails, including the Bruce Trail and the Trans Canada Trail, without having to backtrack or arrange to leave a car at a hike’s endpoint.
Needing to maintain my balance added an interesting dimension to traditional yoga, but what appealed to me most was the fresh breeze and warm sunshine in our open-air “studio.”